Certificate III in Food Processing (Wine)

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  • Objectives
    Certificate III is the highest level of qualification available in Food Processing (Wine), and reflects the skills and knowledge for a leading hand role in this industry. It follows on from the Certificate II in Food Processing (Wine). You may choose to specialise in any of the following five areas: cellar door sales, cellar operations, bottling and packaging, laboratory and wine grape growing. To complete this qualification, you will need to have access to workplaces in your chosen area of specialisation.
  • Entry requirements
    Successful completion of Certificate II in Food Processing (Wine) is a prerequisite, however relevant workplace experience will be taken into consideration as prior learning. Other Entry Requirements You must be currently employed in a workplace within your chosen area of specialisation.
  • Academic title
    Certificate III in Food Processing (Wine)
  • Course description
    Key Study Areas      

    You can select core units from your chosen area of specialisation:

        * Cellar door sales
        * Cellar operations
        * Bottling and packaging
        * Laboratory
        * Wine grape growing

    with additional units from the options list to make up your qualification requirements.

    Where     • Bendigo (City Campus)

    Duration Options

    One year part time workplace-based learning.

    Selection Process     • Individual Interview

    Employment Opportunities    

    On successful completion of this course you will be eligible for employment as a leading hand in the wine industry.

    Further Study Options     

    This certificate is accepted by a number of tertiary institutions offering degree level wine courses. (Other entrance criteria may apply.)


    You will be assessed as part of this course.

    Typical Course Content     (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
    BSBCMN107A         Operate A Personal Computer
    BSBCMN213A         Produce Simple Word Processed Documents
    BSBCMN306A         Produce Business Documents
    BSZ401A                Plan Assessment
    BSZ402A                Conduct Assessment
    BSZ403A                Review Assessment
    BSZ404A                Train Small Groups
    FDFBPBCAA            Operate the bottle capsuling process
    FDFBPBFPB            Operate the bottle filling process
    FDFBPBSEA            Operate the bottle sealing process
    FDFBPBSUA            Operate the bottle supply process
    FDFBPCEPA            Operate the carton erection process
    FDFBPCPPA            Operate the carton packing process
    FDFBPECOA           Operate the electronic coding process
    FDFBPLPB              Operate the labelling process
    FDFBPMANA           Operate manual bottling and packaging processes
    FDFBPPALA            Operate the palletising process
    FDFBPPECB            Perform packaging equipment changeover
    FDFBPSPFB            Operate the softpack filling process
    FDFBPSPGA            Operate traditional sparkling wine processes
    FDFBPTIRA             Operate the tirage and transfer process
    FDFCDSBDB           Perform cellar door banking duties
    FDFCDSDBCB         Process cellar door debtors and creditors
    FDFCDSEVAB         Evaluate wines (advanced)
    FDFCDSEWB          Evaluate wines (standard)
    FDFCDSPAB           Coordinate promotional activities
    FDFCDSSCPB         Perform cellar door stock control procedures
    FDFCDSSPSA         Sell cellar door products and services
    FDFCDSSPTB         Conduct a specialised product tasting
    FDFCDSSTTA         Conduct a Standard Product Tasting
    FDFCDSWHB         Coordinate winery hospitality activities
    FDFCDSWSTB        Conduct winery and/or site tours
    FDFCDSWTB          Promote wine tourism information
    FDFCELAFB            Prepare and make additions and finings
    FDFCELCCSB         Operate the continuous clarification by separation (flotation) process
    FDFCELCONB        Operate the concentration process
    FDFCELCRPB         Operate the crushing process
    FDFCELCSB           Operate clarification by separation (centrifugation) process
    FDFCELCULA         Propagate and maintain wine cultures
    FDFCELDCDA         Perform dual column distillation (continuous still brandy) operations
    FDFCELDEOB         Perform de-aromatising, de-alcoholising or de-sulphuring operations
    FDFCELFDA            Perform first distillation (pot still brandy) operations
    FDFCELFERA          Perform Fermentation Operations
    FDFCELFFPB          Operate The Fine Filtration Process
    FDFCELGASB         Carry out inert gas handling operations
    FDFCELHECB         Perform heat exchange operations
    FDFCELHSB           Handle spirits
    FDFCELIONB         Operate the ion exchange process
    FDFCELLSA            Perform single column lees stripping (continuous still brandy) operations
    FDFCELMDA           Perform must draining operations
    FDFCELOAKB         Perform oak handling activities
    FDFCELPLFB          Operate the pressure leaf filtration process
    FDFCELPPB           Operate the pressing process
    FDFCELRECA         Perform rectification (continuous still) operations
    FDFCELRVFB         Operate the rotary vacuum filtration process
    FDFCELSDA           Perform second distillation (pot still brandy) operations
    FDFCELTRFB          Carry out transfer operations
    FDFCELWAXB        Prepare and wax tanks
    FDFCORBM2A        Use basic mathematical concepts
    FDFCORFSY1A        Follow work procedures to maintain food safety
    FDFCORFSY2A        Implement the food safety program and procedures
    FDFCORHS1A         Follow work procedures to maintain health and safety
    FDFCORHS2A         Implement occupational health and safety systems and procedures
    FDFCORHS3A         Monitor the implementation of occupational health and safety policies and                                       procedures
    FDFCORQAS1A      Follow work procedures to maintain quality
    FDFCORQAS2A      Implement quality systems and procedures
    FDFCORQFS3A       Monitor the implementation of quality and food safety programs
    FDFCORWCM1A     Communicate workplace information
    FDFCORWCM2A     Present and apply workplace information
    FDFLABALDA          Analyse laboratory data
    FDFLABBATA          Perform Basic Analytical Tests
    FDFLABBMTA          Perform basic microbiological tests
    FDFLABBPTA          Perform basic packaging tests and inspections
    FDFLABCOMA        Use computer technology for laboratory applications
    FDFLABLETB          Use Basic Laboratory Equipment
    FDFLABLSSB          Prepare laboratory solutions and stains
    FDFLABMAEA         Maintain aseptic environment
    FDFLABNRTA          Perform non-routine or specialised tests
    FDFLABPCMA         Prepare and pour culture media
    FDFLABPQCA         Perform packaging quality control procedures
    FDFLABPSSB         Prepare product or show samples
    FDFLABRLDA         Record Laboratory Data
    FDFLABSLSB         Standardise laboratory solutions
    FDFLABTSHA         Perform routine troubleshooting procedures
    FDFOPTCRM2A     Conduct routine maintenance
    FDFOPTENV2A      Implement environmental policies and procedures
    FDFOPTENV3A      Monitor the implementation of environmental management policies and procedures
    FDFOPTHCP3A      Participate in a HACCP team
    FDFOPTIPP3A       Implement the pest prevention program
    FDFOPTISP2A       Implement sampling procedures
    FDFOPTPAP3A      Participate in an audit process
    FDFOPTPIP3A       Participate in improvement processes
    FDFOPTRWP3A     Report on workplace performance
    FDFOPTTG2A        Participate in work teams and groups
    FDFOPTTG3A        Lead work teams and groups
    FDFWGGBGVB      Bench graft vines
    FDFWGGCBAB      Apply chemicals and biological agents
    FDFWGGCCMA     Coordinate canopy management activities
    FDFWGGCHAB     Coordinate crop harvesting activities
    FDFWGGCMBB     Carry out basic canopy maintenance
    FDFWGGCMSB     Operate specialised canopy management equipment
    FDFWGGCNAB     Coordinate nursery activities
    FDFWGGCPOB     Carry out potting operations
    FDFWGGDURB     Dig up rootlings
    FDFWGGFGVB      Field graft vines
    FDFWGGFNAB      Perform field nursery activities
    FDFWGGHPB       Coordinate hand pruning activities
    FDFWGGHPVB     Hand prune vines
    FDFWGGHWTB    Carry out hot water treatment
    FDFWGGICB        Install irrigation components
    FDFWGGIPDB      Identify and treat nursery plant disorders
    FDFWGGIRB        Deliver injection requirements
    FDFWGGISB        Operate the irrigation system
    FDFWGGISMB      Undertake irrigation systems maintenance activities
    FDFWGGMCEB     Maintain callusing environment
    FDFWGGMHB       Operate a mechanical harvester
    FDFWGGMHSB     Support mechanical harvesting operations
    FDFWGGMNPB     Monitor and maintain nursery plants
    FDFWGGMVTB     Install and maintain vine trellis
    FDFWGGOCSB     Operate nursery cold storage facilities
    FDFWGGPDDA     Recognise disorders and identify pests and diseases
    FDFWGGPGHB     Pick grapes by hand
    FDFWGGPVCB     Process vine cuttings
    FDFWGGPVHB     Plant vines by hand
    FDFWGGPVRB      Process vine rootlings
    FDFWGGSMPB     Implement a soil management program
    FDFWGGSNAB     Perform shed nursery activities
    FDFWGGSSEB      Operate spreading and seeding equipment
    FDFWGGTCPB      Tend containerised nursery plants
    FDFWGGTVB        Train vines
    FDFWGGVCB       Take vine cuttings
    FDFWGGVDDB     Monitor and control vine disorders and damage
    FDFWGGVEQB     Operate vineyard equipment
    FDFWGGVPCB     Perform vertebrate pest control activities
    FDFWIUINDB       Perform effectively in the workplace (induction)
    FDFZCSCIP2A     Clean equipment in place
    FDFZCSCS2A      Clean And Sanitise Equipment
    FDFZPRSP3A       Set up a production/packaging line for operation
    FDFZPRSYS3A     Operate processes in a production system
    MEM15.3AA        Use Improvement Processes In Team Activities
    MEM18.1AB        Use Hand Tools
    MEM18.2AA        Use Power Tools/Hand Held Operations
    MEM9.2AA           Interpret Technical Drawing
    PMLTEST300A     Perform Basic Tests
    PMLTEST302A     Calibrate Test Equipment And Assist With Its Maintenance
    PMLTEST400A     Perform Insturmental Tests/Procedures
    RUAAG2132EMA  Fabricate and repair metal and plastic structures
    RUAAG3520DYA   Service and repair farm machinery and equipment
    RUHHRT222A      Operate and maintain chainsaws
    RUXWGGACSA     Apply Chemicals Under Close Supervision
    RUXWGGIPEA      Implement A Plant Establishment Program
    RUXWGGOTA       Operate Tractors
    SUGPOBB2A        Operate a boiler - basic
    SUGPWWT2A      Operate a waste water treatment system
    TDTA1097B         Coordinate goods to bond premises
    TDTA1197A         Package goods
    TDTA1297A         Pick and process orders
    TDTA1397B         Receive Goods
    TDTA1497B         Use product knowledge to complete work operations
    TDTA1597B         Complete Receival/Despatch Documentation
    TDTA1697B         Use Inventory Systems To Organise Stock Control
    TDTA1797B         Apply Product Knowledge To Organise Work Operations
    TDTA1897B         Organise Despatch Operations
    TDTA1997B         Organise Receival Operations
    TDTA2097A         Replenish stock
    TDTA2197B         Despatch Stock
    TDTA2297A         Participate in stocktakes
    TDTA2497B         Organise Warehouse Records Operations
    TDTA2698B         Monitor Storage Facilities
    TDTA997A           Complete import/export documentation
    TDTB998A           Check conveyor operational status
    TDTD1097B         Operate A Forklift
    TDTD1197B         Conduct specialised forklift operations
    TDTD197B           Shift Materials Safely Using Manual Handling Methods
    TDTD2298A         Conduct weighbridge operations
    TDTD297A           Use manual handling equipment
    TDTD397C           Handle Dangerous Goods/Hazardous Substances
    TDTD497A           Load and unload goods/cargo
    TDTK197B           Use Infotechnology Devices And Computer Applications In The Workplace
    TDTQ798B           Prepare and process financial documents
    THHBFB00B         Clean And Tidy Bar Areas
    THHBFB01B         Operate A Bar
    THHBFB03B         Provide Food And Beverage Service
    THHBFB09B         Provide Responsible Service Of Alcohol
    THHBH01B           Provide Housekeeping Services To Guests
    THHBH03B           Prepare Rooms For Guests
    THHCOR02B        Work In A Socially Diverse Environment
    THHGFA01A         Process Financial Transactions
    THHGGA01B        Communicate On The Telephone
    THHGGA02B        Perform Office Procedures
    THHGHS02B        Clean Premises And Equipment
    THTSOP06B         Receive And Process Reservations
    THTTCO01B         Develop And Update Tourism Industry Knowledge
    WRRCA5B            Operate Retail Information Technology Systems
    WRRCS2B            Apply Point Of Sale Handling Procedures
    WRRCS3B            Interact With Customers
    WRRCS4B           Coordinate interaction with customers
    WRRF1B              Balance Register/Terminal
    WRRLP2B            Minimise Theft
    WRRM1B             Merchandise Products
    WRRS3B              Coordinate sales performance

    Recognition of Prior Learning    

    Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.

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